Using Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Workbench

Questions derived from the Microsoft exam #70-624 − TS: Deploying and Maintaining Vista Client and Office System 2007 Desktops.


Objective: Using Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Workbench
SubObjective: Configuring a Distribution Point in BDD 2007 Workbench


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You need to install multiple Office 2007 products from a distribution point that is on a server named App1. Users should be able to install the respective Office 2007 product. Users who wish to install Office 2007 Enterprise Edition and Office 2007 Professional should be able to install it.


What should you do?



  1. Create a config.xml file and place it in the Updates folder.
  2. Create a config.xml file and place it in the product-specific folder.
  3. Create a custom.msp file and place it in the Updates folder.
  4. Create a custom.msp file and place it in the root of the installation point.

Answer:



  1. Create a config.xml file and place it in the product-specific folder.

Tutorial:
You should create a config.xml file and place it in the product specific folder. By doing this, users will be able to install the specific product of the Office 2007 suite. For users who wish to install Office 2007 Enterprise, you would need to place the config.xml in the Enterprise.WW folder.


The Config.xml file can be used to customize various aspects of the installation. As another example, if you configure two Office 2007 network installation points on Server1


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